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Pronunciation– tee-wahz Meanings – courage, tenacity, masculine energy, ethical responsibilities, victory Interpretations – The shape of Tiwaz looks like a spear and represents a spiritual warrior. Tiwaz
Pronunciation – rye-though Meanings – journey (physical or spiritually), seeing the bigger picture, change, reunions, travel, represents the wagon wheel Interpretations – If your trip is physical, this
Initiation, Something Concealed, A Secret Thing, rolling the Dice, Divination Pronunciation – pear-throw Meanings – secret, mystery, chance, divination, hidden knowledge meant to be discovered Interpretations – this
Pronunciation– lah-gooze Meanings – flowing water, intuition, unconscious, cleansing, psychic ability Interpretations – Symbolizes femininity and the water element in all its forms (tides, lakes, oceans, rain,
Pronunciation– ay-wahz Meanings – horse and rider, movement, progress, teamwork, partnership, trust, loyalty Interpretations – the rune of friendship and the close spiritual connection between them, similar
Pronunciation– dah-gaz Meanings – self-transformation, radical change, breakthrough Interpretations – well-known for being called the “dawn rune” – symbolizing hope and early light after the darkness of
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For any question, you can cast a handful or bag of Runes and read the meaning of the runes that land face up only.
You may cast them into a circle (drawn with chalk or as a pattern on a cloth). Read the runes that land inside the circle AND face up.
If The Eye (Witches Rune) or Tiwaz (Elder Futhark) appears amongst the runes when cast, pay extra attention to where the eye is looking or Tiwaz is pointing.
Pro Tip: You can also use runes just as you would the Tarot, with ANY tarot spread. Simply pull one at a time from your bag to fill the layout.
*while Witches’ and Elder Futhark are different sets of runes, (just as English and Gaelic are different languages) I use mine together; my rune casts are “bilingual”. I have made the same choice in my online rune layouts. Alainn Tarot interactive includes both sets at the same time.